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    Is there any way to make my scanner the only "Import Source"? The only thing I ever import from is my scanner. I get tired of having to run through the menu each time I want to import from it, especially when I am trying to scan several things.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Hi Peg,

    I'm not sure if this will answer your question. Whenever I make a scan, I opt for the scan to be opened in Photoshop. I'm using Vuescan as the scanning software, and it has an option where you can pick the viewer used after the scan is made. I set it (one time) to open in Photoshop, and now every scan opens there. You might want to check your software to see if you have this option.



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